The Bloedel Conservatory. Named for its donor, forestry executive and philanthropist Prentice Bloedel, the Bloedel Conservatory occupies the highest point in Vancouver at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park. The triodetic-domed conservatory was opened on December 6, 1969 to display a tropical landscape of plant and bird species with the declared purpose of fostering a better appreciation and understanding of the world of plants. Along with its surrounding gardens, arboretum, fountain and plaza – highlighted by the Henry Moore sculpture “Knife Edge – Two Piece” – the conservatory and its environs form a cultural landscape of education and inspiration. Sponsored by Friends of the Bloedel Association.

Queen Elizabeth Park, W 33rd Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Stanley Park Rock Garden

?, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Out for Lunch: A Friday Noon Concert Series. Created by Gene Ramsbottom as a Centennial Project for Vancouver's birthday in 1986, the Out for Lunch concert series, hosted and supported by the Vancouver Art Gallery since its inception, has brought thousands of local and international musicians to the attention of Vancouver audiences. Sponsored by Gene Ramsbottom.

750 Hornby, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Penthouse Nightclub

1019 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

578 Carrall Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Original Jewish Community Centre

2675 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Louvre Hotel

333 Carrall Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Benny's Market

598 Union Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Ace Cycles

3155 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Lakeview Disaster

Victoria & Hull, Cedar Cottage Garden, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Cambie Plumbing and Heating Neon Sign

3905 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Elms of East 6th. This unique Siberian elm canopy lining East 6th Avenue from Woodland Drive to Nanaimo Street is managed by an innovative long-term plan developed in a collaborative effort between the Park Board and East 6th Avenue residents. With a focus on preservation and restoration this historic treescape will be maintained for future generations as part of a thriving urban forest.

Nanaimo St. to Woodland Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Ruth Morton Baptist Church

791 E 27th Avenue & Prince Albert , Vancouver, BC, Canada

Historic Joy Kogawa House. Joy Kogawa, author of the classic 1981 novel, Obasan, spent her early ears in this 1912 home. She and her family were evicted from the house in 1942 and sent into internment in the Kootenays, an experience shared by more than 22,000 Canadians of Japanese ancestry. A campaign by the Save the Joy Kogawa House Committee and TLC The Land Conservancy of B.C. succeeded in establishing the house as a writers' residence in 2006. Sponsored by the Historic Joy Kogawa House Society.

1450 W.64th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Collingwood Neighbourhood House

5288 Joyce Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Kensington Park View

Knight & 37th, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Dayton Boots Factory

2250 East Hastings, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vancouver Folk Music Festival

Jericho Beach Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Lee Building

175 East Broadway at Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Choklit Park

Spruce & 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

King Edward High School Wall

Oak & 12th Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada

VPL Collingwood Branch

2985 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2300 Balaclava Block

?, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Strathcona Community Gardens

Hawks and Prior, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Del Mar Inn

555 Hamilton, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Canada Place

999 Canada Way, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Former City Hall Site

125 Powell Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Arbutus Grocery

2200 Arbutus Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Kitsilano Neighbourhood House

2305–2325 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Davie Street Village

Davie St. between Burrard & Jervis, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Unitarian Church

949 W. 49th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Gathering Place

609 Helmcken Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

First Sikh Temple

1860 W. 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Mountain View Cemetery

5455 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Chicken Coop and Loretta Lynn

2500 block SE Kent, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Jericho Arts Centre

1675 Discovery Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Cyclone Taylor Arena

5670 East Boulevard, Vancouver, BC, Canada

First United Church

320 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Kerrisdale Community Centre (Point Grey Municipal Hall)

5851 West Blvd, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Hastings Race Course

Hastings Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Beatrice Lennie Reliefs

Shaughnessy Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Trout Lake

3360 Victoria Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Walter and Mary Lee Chan House

658 Keefer Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Spencer's Department Store

515 West Hastings , Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vancouver Free University

1895 Venables, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Livestock Building. Over 3,000 Japanese Canadian women, children and tuberculosis patients were unjustly detained here under traumatic and deplorable conditions between March 1942 - March 1943. A public facility since 1929, the Livestock Building gained national historic significance as a federally authorized wartime marshalling site. The incarceration, confiscation of property, and forced dispersal from the coast of 22,000 innocent Japanese Canadians from 1942 to 1949 was officially acknowledged as unjust by Canada in 1998. In commemoration of all Japanese Canadians interned.

Hastings Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Railway Club

579 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Burrard View Park

650 North Penticton Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Robson Square

Robson Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Major Matthews

Cornwall Ave. at Maple St., Vancouver, BC, Canada